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September 30th, 2004
Through the Roof and to the Moon
By Doug Casey: For the long term, it’s a near certainty that the longest trend in existence, the Ascent of Man, will not only continue, but also likely accelerate. Over the next century, the poorest regions on Earth will have standards of living better than that of the average American today, just as the average American has a standard of living far superior to the wealthiest royalty of only a couple centuries ago. In fact, that probably understates the case. As nanotechnology becomes a practical reality over the next couple of generations, the nature of life itself will change totally and almost unrecognizably. Things will not only be better than you might imagine, but probably better than you can imagine.
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